Landini tractors

Blue Ray

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But it is 20 years old . Tyres surely perished before that ?
Would they? We have a set of continentals still going strong after 20yrs, and from a supposedly bad manufacturer! That tractor would've been supplied new on premium brand tyres
 

nashmach

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What size are they?

There are Klebers all round on the Legend here, would be unsure if they are originals.

Goodyears all round on the 9880, definitely originals
 

jf 850

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What size are they?

There are Klebers all round on the Legend here, would be unsure if they are originals.

Goodyears all round on the 9880, definitely originals

The Good Years are well into their 3rd decade so ?

Soon after I bought the 385 that @ZetorMan98 has now , I bought a sh pr of Good Year radials for it for £300 . Thet went off on it 18 yrs later.
 

gone

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What size are they?

There are Klebers all round on the Legend here, would be unsure if they are originals.

Goodyears all round on the 9880, definitely originals
Look like 520/85r38's and 420/85r28's, but not sure.
 

ZetorMan98

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The Good Years are well into their 3rd decade so ?

Soon after I bought the 385 that @ZetorMan98 has now , I bought a sh pr of Good Year radials for it for £300 . Thet went off on it 18 yrs later.
Them Goodyears are still at home, and still are still holding air 100%, although a bit short on grip for wet fields or bog. I swapped them out for 600/55/38s as she does a good bit of bog work, although the Goodyears could reappear yet as twins if required
 

gone

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Same as what's on my 135. That's generally the standard size on that age. Few fitted with 18.4's too.
I thought the 130 usually came on 18.4??? But you would be more clued in on them.
The tractor above is clearly on narrower rims, 15" or maybe even 14" rims.
 

jf 850

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They are, the 9880 is 1999. Nearly 7500 hours on them.
00 reg. 9880 here still on original Goodyear, around 11k hours.

On the look out for 2 part worn for the front though.

1990 7610 at home on original goodyears at 4500 hours. They are not too perished either.

I have a man here laying a bit of concrete . He tows his Hitachi EX 40 with this . A 1990 6410 7100 hrs , came from mainland Europe . On 4 Goodyear radials , all looking shook . Could these be original? He only has the tractor 18 odd months , but a neighbour had it for some time previously.
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gone

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I have a man here laying a bit of concrete . He tows his Hitachi EX 40 with this . A 1990 6410 7100 hrs , came from mainland Europe . On 4 Goodyear radials , all looking shook . Could these be original? He only has the tractor 18 odd months , but a neighbour had it for some time previously.
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I think you have just missed part of the date stamp. The bottom right part of the pic usually will have 4 digits, all I can see is 049- which would mean that tyre was manufactured in the forth week of '9x??
 

jf 850

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I think you have just missed part of the date stamp. The bottom right part of the pic usually will have 4 digits, all I can see is 049- which would mean that tyre was manufactured in the forth week of '9x??

Looked at it again, nothing more I'm afraid. Just 049.
 

MF30

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There would be a lot of MF 135s around on their original Goodyear tyres, some implements that are used infrequently might have older tyres. Old rubber seems to be made of a harder compound than modern tyres.
 

Bogtrotter

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Just read through this thread from the beginning (not in 1 sitting!) I see 9880's mentioned a lot, how would the 8880 compare?
 

Endah

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I'd safely say from all of the tractors we have had about here the 9880 is by far the best all rounder, a simple tractor to operate and maintain. Ok it's getting on now and comfort might not be on par with the modern equivalent but she still gets the job done. Our one is getting treated this winter, shes been with us for nearly 20years and hopefully this will secure the next 20 😁👌.
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nashmach

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Just read through this thread from the beginning (not in 1 sitting!) I see 9880's mentioned a lot, how would the 8880 compare?

As gone says they are more like a 690 than a 698T.

The main difference is they have a 248 engine rather than a 236T. Gearbox, front axle and cab all the same as a 9880.

Lift capacity is a bit lower, often only one assistor ram whereas there are 2 on the 9880 as standard.

Usually 16.9r34 rears rather than 18.4's.

If you found a good one, I certainly would not be afraid of it.

They came in sloped bonnet versions too, I would not mind one of those myself!
 

nashmach

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I'd safely say from all of the tractors we have had about here the 9880 is by far the best all rounder, a simple tractor to operate and maintain. Ok it's getting on now and comfort might not be on par with the modern equivalent but she still gets the job done. Our one is getting treated this winter, shes been with us for nearly 20years and hopefully this will secure the next 20 😁👌.
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That looked very clean even before you started Enda! 1996/7 model?
 

Bogtrotter

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As gone says they are more like a 690 than a 698T.

The main difference is they have a 248 engine rather than a 236T. Gearbox, front axle and cab all the same as a 9880.

Lift capacity is a bit lower, often only one assistor ram whereas there are 2 on the 9880 as standard.

Usually 16.9r34 rears rather than 18.4's.

If you found a good one, I certainly would not be afraid of it.

They came in sloped bonnet versions too, I would not mind one of those myself!
What would you expect to pay for a 1994 model? Engine re-done 4 years ago.
 
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